Knowledge, attitudes, and practices of Hong Kong population towards human A/H7N9 influenza pandemic preparedness, China, 2014
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AbstractBackground: Since SARS epidemic in 2003, Hong Kong has experienced several major epidemic risks, but how general community might react to the repeated infectious diseases health risks have not been studied. In 2013, imported human H7N9 influenza infected cases from China were reported. Our study aims to assess the knowledge, attitude and practice (KAP) concerning A/H7N9 among Hong Kong general population regarding pandemic preparedness in early 2014.
All Author(s) ListChan EYY, Cheng CKY, Tam G, Huang Z, Lee P
Journal nameBMC Public Health
Volume Number15
LanguagesEnglish-United Kingdom
KeywordsAttitude; Chinese community; Hong Kong; Influenza A/H7N9; Knowledge; Pandemic preparedness; Practice
Web of Science Subject CategoriesPublic, Environmental & Occupational Health

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